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As you will be aware, the BSDCan 2013 Dev Summit has happened and the Conference taking place this weekend. BSDCan is an annual conference for users and developers of the 4.4 BSD family of operating system, hosted each spring at … Continue reading
Glen Barber announced last week the availability of RC3 for FreeBSD 8.4, the upcoming new stable version of the Project’s legacy branch. ISO images for the amd64, i386 and pc98 architectures are available on most of the FreeBSD mirror sites. The FreeBSD 8.4 Release Schedule … Continue reading
BSDTalk has a 12 minutes interview with Kris Moore (BSDTalk225) about PC-BSD, recorded at BSDCan 2013. Listen to the podcast as MP3 or OGG. Previous interviews with Kris Moore can be found here: bsdtalk216 – PC-BSD with Kris Moore bsdtalk201 – PC-BSD 9 Alpha with Kris Moore bsdtalk174 – … Continue reading
freebsdnews.net started exactly 6 years ago on 17 May 2007 with the post What is cooking for FreeBSD (7)? I had never thought the site would make it 6 years, but thanks to feedback, suggestions and contributions from quite a … Continue reading
F# (pronounced F Sharp) is an open source, functional-first programming language which empowers users and organisations to tackle complex computing problems with simple, maintainable and robust code. It was released by Microsoft and is used in a wide range of application areas … Continue reading
The FreeBSD Project has released its first status report for 2013 (January to March 2013). It comes with 31 entries and gives a nice insight on what developers have been working on. From the table of contents:
This is an interview with Marshall Kirk McKusick and George Neville-Neil about the FreeBSD Foundation (src). Download and listen: MP3 | OGG
FreeBSD is pleased to announce that once again we have been selected to participate in the Google Summer of Code program. This gives University students the opportunity to earn a $5000 USD stipend in exchange for working on Open Source software over their … Continue reading